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Sep 18, 2007 10:54 EEST
September 18 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in or related to Serbia through December 6. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Tuesday, September 18 – London: The Troika on the future status of Kosovo meets representatives of the Contact Group, the body that represents the six nations involved in the U.N. Mission in Kosovo, and a Serbian delegation led by the Minister for Kosovo-Metohija, Slobodan Samardzic, and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic. The Troika includes Aleksandar Botsan-Kharchenko, the representative of Russia, U.S. diplomat Frank Wisner, and the European Union representative Wolfgang Ischinger.
* Tuesday, September 18 – London: Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic starts a two-day official visit to Britain. (to Sept 19)
* Tuesday, September 18 – Brussels: The European Union signs visa facilitation and readmission agreements with Serbia.
* Tuesday, September 18 – Pristina: Portuguese Defence Minister Nuno Severiano Teixeira pays an official visit to Kosovo, meets the President of the U.N.-run Serbian province of Kosovo, Fatmin Sejdiu, Kosovo's Prime Minister Agim Ceku and the Chief of the U.N. Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Joachim Ruecker.
* Tuesday, September 18 – Belgrade: Meridian Bank-Credit Agricole Group and Serbia’s Investment Promotion Agency (SIEPA) open a Trade Finance seminar.
* Tuesday, September 18 – Belgrade: The American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia holds a working lunch to present the new US ambassador in Serbia, Cameron Munter. (1045 GMT)
Monday, September 24 - Vienna (Austria): The fourth Annual CEE Retail Banking conference, organised by Jacob Fleming Group, opens. (to September 25) http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=471
Monday, September 24 - Sofia (Bulgaria): SEE Capital Markets Conference, organised by Bulgarian business daily Dnevnik and the leading business information provider for Southeast Europe, SeeNews, opens (to September 25).
Monday, October 15 - Prague (Czech Republic): The third Annual Public-Private Partnership in CEE conference, organised by Jacob Fleming Group, opens. (to October 16) http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=565
Wednesday, October 17 - Belgrade: Fast Moving Consumer Goods in Southeast Europe conference organised by Ekonomist magazine opens.
Thursday, October 18 - Belgrade: Blue-chip commercial bank Jubmes Banka holds an extraordinary shareholders meeting.
Tuesday, October 23 - Athens (Greece): 8th Prodexpo - Real Estate Development Conference & Expo, organised by Divani Caravel Hotel. (to October 24) www.tsomokos.gr/projects3.php
Thursday, November, 8 - Frankfurt (Germany): The 3rd Emerging Europe Energy Summit, organised by IBPPublishing&Conferences opens. (to November 9) http://www.doingbusiness.ro/energy2007/summit.php?id_menu=1
Thursday, November 8 - Sofia (Bulgaria): Business Information Forum organised by SeeNews and the International University to open in Sofia Grand Hotel.
Thursday, November 8 - Becici (Montenegro): Real estate conference Montenegro: A New Horizon, organised by Ekonomist magazine, starts. (to November 9)
Saturday, November 17 - Pristina: The U.N.-run Serbian province of Kosovo to hold general and local elections.
Wednesday, November 28 - London: The Emerging Markets Private Equity Forum, organised by Emerging Markets Private Equity organisation opens. (to November 29) (http://www.peimedia.com/Product.aspx?cID=5496&pID=168330)
Wednesday, December 5 - Belgrade: Financial Services in Southeast Europe conference, organised by Ekonomist magazine, starts. (to December 6)
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